INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 7/10; Broadway Drops for July 4th
Welcome to this week's edition of BroadwayWorld's exclusive WEEKLY GROSSES ANALYSIS - read on for all the weekly grosses statistics for the movers and shakers from the latest grosses, for the week ending 7/9/2017.
This week, 30 shows played on Broadway, with 256,171 tickets sold and a total gross of $29,082,684. The average ticket price was $113.53.
This was number of shows as last week and up 1 number of shows vs. the same week last year. Compared to last week, attendance was down -9.24%. Versus last year, attendance was up 8.74%. On the sales front, overall grosses were down -9.02% vs. last week and up 16.97% vs. this week last year. This week's average ticket price of $113.53 is up $0.27 compared to last week and up $7.99 compared to last year.
Top 5 by This Week Gross
|THE LION KING||$2,262,716|
|DEAR EVAN HANSEN||$1,725,297|
Bottom 5 by This Week Gross
MARVIN'S ROOM ($194,305), THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG ($328,094), INDECENT ($334,409), 1984 ($369,888), A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2 ($450,676)
Top 5 by This Week Gross vs. Last Week Gross
|DEAR EVAN HANSEN||$383,140|
|THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA||$25,441|
Bottom 5 by This Week Gross vs. Last Week Gross
NATASHA, PIERRE & THE GREAT COMET OF 1812 ($-518,963), HELLO, DOLLY! ($-214,029), THE BOOK OF MORMON ($-168,946), THE LION KING ($-161,225), BEAUTIFUL ($-141,565)
Top 5 by Average Ticket Price
|DEAR EVAN HANSEN||$215.93|
|THE LION KING||$167.37|
|COME FROM AWAY||$146.92|
|THE BOOK OF MORMON||$140.39|
|DEAR EVAN HANSEN||125.24%|
|THE BOOK OF MORMON||102.54%|
|THE BOOK OF MORMON||102.1%|
|COME FROM AWAY||101.9%|
|DEAR EVAN HANSEN||101.5%|
|THE LION KING||99.6%|
|ON YOUR FEET!||140|
Bottom 5 by Seats Sold This Week vs. Last Week
THE LION KING (-1732), BEAUTIFUL (-1158), THE BOOK OF MORMON (-1127), MARVIN'S ROOM (-1008), MISS SAIGON (-890)
That's all for this week... Note: All data presented for informational purposes only. BroadwayWorld.com makes no guarantees as to the accuracy of the data, or the matter in which it's presented. Source: The Broadway League..